The extreme cold weather will persist through Wednesday.
If you want to go out, you have to deal with it and it can take a toll, especially on your car.
When it gets this cold, people aren’t the only ones looking for heat and shelter. Responsible owners know that you’ve got to look out for your pets, too. But not all are so responsible.
If you’ve been outside, it’s not a place you want to stay for very long today. This kind of cold can be dangerous, but some people have to be outside in the elements.
Low temperatures and bitter-cold wind chills have swept in across the region today. Despite some sunshine, the high will reach just 14 degrees this afternoon with sub-zero wind chills all day.
Some light snow showers are expected overnight and light winds will bring already cold temperatures down even more.
Here’s a recap of what you may have missed on the KDKA-AM’s afternoon news on the MLK Day holiday.
The storms blew in with snow globe-like fury, taking away the confidence of dry pavement.
The next couple of days have a cold, snowy outlook for the Pittsburgh area.
Arctic air is moving in from the north and will keep temperatures low for steady amount of time.
A wave of warm weather near the 50s this weekend will soon come to an end once Monday rolls around.
Early morning temperatures dipped into the teens, which made for a rude awakening for commuters.
For more than two decades, one of the famous faces of the Steelers has been the point man for LIHEAP. Hall of fame running back Franco Harris is back again this year.
A study conducted by a British insurance company says driving with a bad cold is like driving drunk. Motor safety experts found the driving skills of people who were sick dropped by 50 percent compared to those who are healthy.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program is a joint effort between Columbia Gas, Equitable Gas, Peoples Natural Gas and Peoples TWP.